Induction fan: also known as jet fan, relay fan. It induces the transmission of air. The air volume itself is very small. Used in public facilities
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Induction fan: also known as jet fan, relay fan. It induces the transmission of air. The air volume itself is very small. In public facilities, it is often used in the ventilation system of a garage to stir and remove the dead corners of local air to improve local air. Mainly to save space CHERRITOR induced fan is a new type of fan designed based on the concept of high-speed jet induced ventilation. The ductless induction ventilation subsystem composed of multiple groups of the fans can be combined with a supply fan and an exhaust fan to form an entire ventilation and exhaust system. Its working principle is to direct the high-speed airflow emitted by multiple induction fan nozzles designed in a systematic design and appropriately arranged to induce fresh air or treated air outside and send it to the required area without air ducts To achieve the best indoor airflow organization to achieve efficient and economical ventilation. When using a ductless jet-induced ventilation system, the cost of designing, manufacturing, installing air ducts and other ancillary projects can be saved. This part of the cost is much more expensive than the induction fan used, and the entire floor is used as the ventilation duct. The air pressure required by the supply air fan and the exhaust air fan is much lower than that when the pipeline is used. In this way, a fan with a large air volume and a low air pressure can be selected to reduce the required power and greatly reduce the operating cost and investment cost. When the exhaust fan stops running, the induction fan can still run, which plays the role of local ventilation. The induction fan has a built-in high-efficiency centrifugal fan, which has obvious low noise, small size, light weight, convenient lifting (vertical and horizontal), and simple maintenance. It has been widely used in underground parking lots, gyms, workshops, and warehouses. , Shopping malls, supermarkets, entertainment venues and other large places.